Title: Among Us
Author’s Name: Kristina Rienzi
Publisher: Indigo Hawk Group
Genre: NA Thriller
Page Count: 264 Pages
Author or Book Website: Lighting up the world, one spark at a time. – Kristina Rienzi
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: Among Us: Rienzi, Kristina: Books
Link to Goodreads: Among Us: A New Adult Thriller by Kristina Rienzi | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Danger lurks in the unknown…
Marci Simon lives a double life: conservative professor of English by day, and controversial blogger of aliens by night. But when a classified document lands in her lap, her two worlds collide in an explosive revelation of shocking and deadly secrets.
Despite imminent danger at every twist, Marci embarks on an unstoppable quest to expose the terrifying truth. Only she never anticipated the entangled nebula of dark lies, nor the never-ending wormhole the government would spiral through to silence her forever.
Knowledge can kill.
And Marci knows too much. With global security at risk, no one can be trusted. To debunk the stratosphere of deceit, Marci races at the speed of light to escape the grips of the clandestine Extraterrestrial Security Agency (ESA) hunting her before she vanishes like all the others. But Marci is unique. Despite being the ESA’s prime target, she’s also the skeleton key to the deadliest truth in the history of the universe.
The nightmare is real, and it’s only just begun. Marci must take a nefarious leap of faith before her options, and her breaths, evaporate into a black hole for all eternity.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I was a little unsure of this novel when it first got into my hands. I guess it was aliens have never really been a thing for me. But Marci had me wanting to know what happened with each new discovery, theory and all those trying to silence her. She was already living her life on two fronts as a teacher and blogger. The ESA is scary and they will do anything to keep secrets and silence anyone who trying to share those secrets with the world. The wording for this book was wonderful and colorful. It make the book even more engaging and kept me turning the pages.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars